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23-07-2018 09:20
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“I’ve got a confession to make: I have a compulsion about iTunes track data: I’m obsessed with making sure it’s accurate and, more importantly, consistent. This is especially true of classical music: I have a format that I like all my classical tracks to follow when it comes to name, artist, and album that I think makes it easier to find the music I want on my Mac and on my iOS devices.”
Many people want to get accurate and consistent data about their files on iTunes and don’t know how to do it. In fact this is an easy thing which can be done by iTunes.
>> How to Add Metadata to files in iTunes [syncios.com]? 
Step 1. Install iTunes on your computer and open it
Please make sure iTunes has been installed on your computer, otherwise please download it from Apple official website. Then, please open the iTunes.
Step 2. Select the files that you want to add metadata
iTunes allows people to add metadata to music, videos, TV shows and others. Here, I will take add metadata to music for example.
Right click the song and click Get Info.
https://www.syncios.com/images/article/select-one-song-to-add-metadata.png

Step 3: Add Metadata to the song
Then, you will see the interface below. In Details column, you can add title, show, album artist, episode and so on to the song. After that, please click OK to save the changes.
https://www.syncios.com/images/article/add-metadata-to-the-song.png

fter adding Metadata to your songs is finished, you can sync your songs to your iPhone/iPad/iPod. However, when your iTunes syncs with your iPhone/iPad/iPod, it keeps a separate backup files which contains all your data, photos, contacts, calendar, sms messages, recordings, videos, voicemails, notes, and call history, which are not readable. Now you need Syncios iTunes Backup Extractor [syncios.com] to get data from the iTunes backup to your PC. Which supports extracting SMSContactsPhotosCall History and more from iTunes Backup of any iPad, iPhone or iPod Touch onto computer.
Click iTunes Library under Toolkit, a window will pop up. You can see Music, Videos, Podcasts, TV shows, Audiobooks, iTunesU tabs. Press one of the tab, corresponding files will be listed on the main window. Simply choose the songs selectively you need and hit Export to PC button.
https://www.syncios.com/images/article/backup-itunes-songs-to-pc.png
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